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Table 4 Functional diversity in PPN communities on olive (mean values) according to olive-growing modalities and water supply

From: How anthropogenic changes may affect soil-borne parasite diversity? Plant-parasitic nematode communities associated with olive trees in Morocco as a case study

Olive variables PPI Rcp-2 Rcp-3 Rcp-4 Rcp-5 FF FPF OPF
Growing modality
 WO 2.65 a 45.58 a 48.89 b 0.08 5.45 a 8.69 a 32.63 b 58.68 ab
 FO 2.57 ab 46.19 a 52.19 b 0.03 1.59 b 3.62 b 39.35 ab 57.03 ab
 TR 2.49 b 52.62 a 46.68 b 0.04 0.66 b 3.69 b 46.89 a 49.42 b
 HD 2.74 a 25.96 b 73.71 a 0.33 0.00 b 0.12 b 25.13 b 74.76 a
Water supply
 Rainfed 2.61 45.91 50.69 0.05 3.35 a 5.93 36.28 57.78
 Irrigated 2.55 46.27 53.11 0.11 0.50 b 2.84 41.71 55.45
  1. The letters (a–c) indicate significant differences among the variables measured according to ANOVA and Wilcoxon tests. P < 0.05
  2. WO wild olive, FO feral olive, TR traditional cultivation, HD high-density cultivation, PPI plant parasitic index, relative mean abundance (%) of each cp-value (Rcp-i) and of each trophic group (FF fungal feeders, FPF facultative plant feeders, OPF obligate plant feeders)